With 44.67% scrutinized, the PP wins the elections autonomous communities in Andalusia and obtained 56 seats, achieving 41.35% of the votes. This figure represents 29 more than the 26 parliamentarians obtained in the 2018 elections and places him right in the absolute majority, set at 55 seats.
For its part, the PSOE gets 33 deputies –the same ones obtained in the last regional elections– and 25.74% of the vote.
Vox becomes the third force and obtains 14 seats with a support of 13.48% compared to the 12 parliamentarians who joined three and a half years ago.
The coalition Por Andalucía, which integrates IU and Podemos together with other leftist forces, obtains five deputies with a support of 7.76%, while Adelante Andalucía, a formation led by Teresa Rodríguez, obtains two seats with 4.73% of the votes. In December 2018, all these forces concurred together under the acronym Adelante Andalucía, achieving 17 seats.
The greatest electoral setback is suffered by Ciudadanos (Cs), which with 3.09% of the votes remains outside the Andalusian Parliament, where it achieved 21 deputies three and a half years ago.
‘Jaén Deserves More’ and the Animalist Party against Animal Abuse (PACMA) did not reach parliamentary representation despite achieving 0.39 and 1.03% of the votes, respectively.
Turnout at the polls has reached 55.15%, which places abstention at 44.85%.